The Coming Copyright Clash in Higher Education

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Colleges and universities, however, have a major trump card to play to reduce the costs of higher education: they can reverse their longstanding custom against claiming work made for hire status. Instead, they could claim copyright ownership in scholarship as a way to avoid the scholarly publications crisis, and at once, justify this policy change as a way to cut the costs of education.

HathiTrust Decision Summary

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Matthew Dames HathiTrust Higher Education Judge Harold Baer Libraries

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The coming copyright clash in higher education. Note: Portions of this article were published previously as Dames, K. 2012, July-August). Information Today, 29(7), 24-25

Trademarks Protecting The Future of Pharma Innovation

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In 2020, when the world was engulfed by the COVID-19 pandemic, pharma companies entered into an unprecedented race to find effective treatments, resulting in the global collaborative efforts of pharmas, government agencies, and higher education institutions.

Certified tariffs not mandatory says SCOC in York v Access Copyright 

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In addition, the Court further developed its fair dealing framework adopted in CCH v Law Society ( CCH ), Alberta (Education ) and SOCAN v Bell Canada (SOCAN). The Supreme Court released another landmark copyright decision in York University v.

Four Fish & Richardson Principals Named 2021 “Women Worth Watching in STEM” by Profiles in Diversity Journal

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Profiles in Diversity Journal is dedicated to promoting and advancing diversity and inclusion in the corporate, government, nonprofit, higher education, and military sectors Fish & Richardson principals Nitika Gupta Fiorella , Heather L. Flanagan, Ph.D. Annie J. King, Ph.D. ,

International Webinar on ‘Vaccines and Immunization: Ethical and Legal Implications’ [October 18]

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The university was established by Act 27 of 2005 of the Kerala State Legislature as a public university dedicated to the development and advancement of legal education.

Secretary Gina Raimondo and Rhode Island Senator Jack Reed Call for Major Federal Investment in America’s Care Economy

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economy & improve access to essential health, education, childcare and elder care services . Reed and Raimondo began the day with a tour of phlebotomy technician training offered by the Cranston Public Schools Career & Technical Center and Cranston Adult Education Program.

Guest book review: Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer

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This book review is brought to you by Donal O’Connell, the Managing Director of Chawton Innovation Services, a company focused on IP Education, IP Consultancy and IP Solutions & Tools.

Large entity, small entity or micro-entity: which type of patent applicant are you?

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as the median household income for the preceding calendar year (based on 2018 data, this is $189,537, or 3 x $63,179); has not assigned, licensed or otherwise granted an interest in the invention to an entity who has gross income more than the amount listed above (unless the entity is an institution of higher education); and. When applying for a patent application, certain entities are entitled to reduced USPTO filing fees.

Privacy and Security Roundup: New consumer privacy laws, big developments in ransomware attacks and the FBI’s Operation Trojan Shield

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OPPA would not apply to GLBA-governed data, HIPAA-covered entities or business associates, higher education institutions and business-to-business transactions, among other carve outs.